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LoneStart Wellness

Austin, Texas
LoneStart Wellness (http://www.lonestartnow.com) is the leading behavioral workplace wellness solution that helps reduce healthcare costs and increase employee engagement through a low risk – high return teambuilding approach to wellness. By instilling the self-belief among your... Full Bio
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Thinking Two Steps Ahead by LoneStart Wellness Posted in: Blog Posts in Workplace Health Can you see it now?  How exactly does planning ahead nudge us forward?  Planning ahead, thinking ahead, can mean the difference in meeting our goals and in how we   ... Read on »
A Chicken Tax? by LoneStart Wellness Posted in: Blog Posts in Workplace Health Time to pick on the poor chicken, and it’s really not the chicken’s fault. If you eat chicken, do you know what you’re eating? Do you know what you’re paying for? A ... Read on »
A Contentious Divide? by LoneStart Wellness Posted in: Blog Posts in Workplace Health Touchy? Yes. Controversial? Maybe. Debatable? Almost certainly. What? Our collective wellness and well-being. It is a contentious conversation when it comes to our ... Read on »
A Job Well Done by LoneStart Wellness Posted in: Blog Posts in Workplace Health When Labor Day rolls around, most of our thoughts turn to the really important matters at hand: Where did the summer go? Will Monday's barbecue be the last till nex ... Read on »
A New Beginning by LoneStart Wellness Posted in: Blog Posts in Workplace Health Shiny as a new penny. A fresh start. Now really is the time. Right? Heard it all before? What does it take to convince yourself that you are worth what it takes t ... Read on »
A New Take on Independence Day by LoneStart Wellness Posted in: Blog Posts in Workplace Health This weekend we’ll celebrate Independence Day—but are we really—independent? Are we self-determining, self-regulating? You know this is a wellness and well-being b ... Read on »
A New Year, An Old Thought—Here We Go Again by LoneStart Wellness Posted in: Blog Posts in Workplace Health We’ve all made resolutions, usually about once a year when January 1 rolls around, resolutions about working toward healthier habits, and ultimately, better health. ... Read on »
A Very Good Place to Start is at the Very Beginning—or is it? by LoneStart Wellness Posted in: Blog Posts in Workplace Health A very good place to start is at the very beginning—or is it? Seems like common sense. Thinking about beginnings leads to thinking about endings. Thinking about the ... Read on »
Ah, Rats! by LoneStart Wellness Posted in: Blog Posts in Workplace Health Fatty Foods. We know two things—many fatty foods are really tasty, and they’re really bad for us. Now, we know even more—eating fatty food seems to take a toll on s ... Read on »
All That Sugar . . . All Those Soft Drinks . . . All That Money! by LoneStart Wellness Posted in: Blog Posts in Workplace Health In a Blog Post (To Tax or Not to Tax—That’s a Big Question) dated June 1, 2009, we started with the following statement and questions: Liquids make up about 2 ... Read on »
And a Few Centuries Later . . . by LoneStart Wellness Posted in: Blog Posts in Workplace Health Here we are. You’re not alone. We’re not alone. For anyone trying to lose weight and improve their nutritional behaviors—there’s a lot of history to consider. That’s a go ... Read on »
Are You ‘Lovin’ It? Really? by LoneStart Wellness Posted in: Blog Posts in Workplace Health The Unites States Department of Agriculture says we spend about half our food budgets in restaurants (fast food and sit-down). That food tends to be higher in calori ... Read on »
Are You a Prime Individual? by LoneStart Wellness Posted in: Blog Posts in Workplace Health Answer this question, and you’ll know if you are indeed a prime individual, or if you’re headed in the right direction. Do you want to reach your full potential a ... Read on »
Are You Friends With Your Food? by LoneStart Wellness Posted in: Blog Posts in Workplace Health Remember the words of wisdom “Choose your friends wisely?” Think about what might happen if you re-word that thought to something like, “Choose your food wisely.” W ... Read on »